Latest Debit Card Security Breach Past Us, But Bank Pacific President Says Account Holders Should Monitor Activity

Betsy Brown reports:

Guam – The debit and credit card security breach earlier this month was the largest Bank Pacific President Philip Flores says he’s seen on Guam, with more than a thousand accounts believed to be affected island wide. Flores told PNC this wave seems to be past us as most charges were made immediately after the data was stolen.

The Secret Service is still investigating the breach according to Flores the common factor (sic) in the affected accounts was payments to the Guam Waterworks Authority. Many of the fraudulent charges were also made to an online gaming company.

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